Cynthia Littleton is attending this morning's hearing on the strike's economic impact at Los Angeles City Hall. WGA West president Patric Verrone, WGA West exec director David Young and WGA…
Movie exec Gerald Green and his wife Patricia have been charged in Los Angeles with corruption in a federal case concerning the Bangkok Film Festival.
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The MPAA has rejected advertising materials for Alex Gibney's documentary "Taxi to the Dark Side," which traces the pattern of torture practice from Afghanistan's Bagram prison to Abu Ghraib to…
With the writers strike in its seventh week, there are signs of change on a number of fronts -- and these changes may ratchet up the pressure on the Writers Guild of America to reach a settlement.
MovieBeam, an experiment in video-on-demand launched by The Walt Disney Co., has shut down as part of its new parent company's reorganization under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code.
The WGA plans to picket the Golden Globes ceremonies on Jan. 13, assuming it's still on strike at that point.
A bipartisan group of top lawmakers has introduced legislation that would compel broadcasters to pay performers when their music is played over the air.
Stepping up its efforts to educate the industry about the practice and business of visual effects, the Visual Effects Society is launching a white-paper program in 2008. Org plans to publish several…
Latenight's repopulation continues, as "Jimmy Kimmel Live" announced plans to return Jan. 2, while "Late Show With David Letterman" and "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" are expected to do the…
NBC is turning to its sister USA cabler to help fill the Peacock's Sunday schedule.
AFTRA — the guild that covers announcers, presenters, dancers, singers and hosts at awards shows — has weighed in on the WGA's decision to refuse waivers for the Oscars and Golden Globes. According…